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Baseball Lights Must Burn for 100 Hours

Nathan Corley, assistant principal at Central High School, said Wednesday there’s a good reason the new lights on the baseball field are burning all night.  Once installed, they must burn continuously for at least 100 hours.  “Thanks to everyone for your patience, and we apologize for the inconvenience,” Corley said.  

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Town Hall Meeting Set for June 12

Mayor-elect Jr. Shelton’s transition team will hold two Town Hall meetings between now and Inauguration Day in order to get ideas from the public on the priorities for the City of Central and Shelton’s new administration. The first of the two public meetings will be at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 12 at the Central [...]

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Inauguration July 1st

Inauguration July 1st

Local realtor Jr. Shelton will take the oath of office as the 2nd Mayor of the City of Central in Inauguration ceremonies on Tuesday, July 1. Shelton, Police Chief-elect James Salsbury, and the five members of the Central City Council will be sworn in at 9 a.m. at the Central High School auditorium.  The new [...]

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Timeless Advice from 1913 Valedictorian

Timeless Advice from 1913 Valedictorian

In May 1913, Pearl Elizabeth Felps walked to the podium as the valedictorian of the first graduating of the new Central High School, located at the corner of Canal (now Hooper) and Sullivan roads. A copy of her speech was discovered in 2009 and given to the Central City News. It is a timeless message [...]

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Central Schools Are Built on Character

Almost every night, the 6 o’clock news on WAFB-TV and WBRZ-TV tells the tale of the East Baton Rouge Parish School System, and quite a story it is. It is a story of violence, brutality, and guns.  Classroom teachers and students have posted on the Internet scores of homemade videos they have taken with their [...]

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Central High Is 5th-Best Track Power in State 5A

Central High Is 5th-Best Track Power in State 5A

Competing at the Louisiana State 5A Track & Field Championship Saturday, the Central High track team had the second fastest sprinters in the state. The Wildcats ran the 4×100-meter relay in 42.0 seconds — fast enough to win 2nd place in Class 5A but also the second-fastest time in all five classes at the three-day [...]

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9th Grade Academy Could Begin Construction in June

9th Grade Academy Could Begin Construction in June

Since completion of the $55 million Central School Complex on Sullivan Road, the Central school system has continued to move forward with new projects to improve existing facilities and prepare for the future. The next major project will be construction of a new 9th Grade Academy on the campus of Central High School.  Supt. Mike [...]

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Supt. Michael Faulk to Address Graduates

Supt. Michael Faulk to Address Graduates

More than 260 seniors will receive their diplomas Tuesday, May 20 during Central High’s 101st graduation ceremony.  It is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. at Bethany Church in Baker.  Supt. Mike Faulk will address the graduates. It is Central’s second largest graduating class since the creation of the Central Community School System in 2007 and one of the [...]

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Central Wildcat’s First Issue

Central Wildcat’s First Issue

This is the first edition of The Central Wildcat, the newspaper of the Central Community School System. It will be published on the 3rd Thursday of each month from August to May during the school year. The Central Wildcat will include information on Central students and student organizations, athletics, faculty and staff, the five public schools in Central, [...]

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READ CENTRAL CITY NEWS FOR MAY 1, 2014

READ CENTRAL CITY NEWS FOR MAY 1, 2014

TOP STORIES IN CENTRAL CITY NEWS: • Washington vs. Ellis: Runoff Election Saturday for Fifth City Council Seat • Choice: Experience vs. Youth in Race for Council • GOP Backs Washington for Council Click here: http://centralcitynews.us/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/CCN-5-01-14-FINAL-SMALL.pdf • Festival of Two Rivers Starts Friday at St. Alphonsus • Central Middle School Teacher Is Finalist for State Teacher [...]

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